Evan Rachel Wood and I are seated on a couch in the corner of a cavernous L. We are deep in conversation about her recent obsession with internet memes about bisexuality. The bi chair is a chair that went viral because it appears to perfectly accommodate our slouching, dangling, leg-crossing, and otherwise crookedly sitting ways. And in this moment, Wood and I, each curled up and twisted in our respective seats, are basically poster children for the bi chair itself. Wood has made fans—particularly of the queer women variety—through her affinity for talking frankly about bisexuality and, if I had to guess, wearing a not-insignificant number of suits over the years.
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By Seth Abramovitch. Senior Writer. Wood was married for two years to actor Jamie Bell, with whom she had a son; she is currently engaged to Zach Villa, her partner in the musical duo Rebel and a Basketcase. But she has always been drawn to women, as well. Sporting a three-piece tweed suit, short blond tresses and tortoise-shell glasses, Wood, 29, shared thoughts about that same-sex attraction, whose stirrings began at age In recent years, Wood has been very open about her sexual identity.
Evan Rachel Wood Opens Up About Being Bisexual
The Thirteen actress came out as bisexual in and has continually spoken out about the prejudices which face those who identify as bisexual. But before that we have to give people a chance to identify with somebody or a group in some way. That helped me.
Evan Rachel Woodyear-old openly bisexual actress, singer, and mother--performed earlier this month at "An Evening with Women," an annual benefit for the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center , which has launched the largest fundraising campaign in LGBT history. Gay Star News has now published an interview with Evan from that evening, in which she discussed her commitment to advocating for the bisexual community, particularly kids and teens. So that is one of the reasons why I came out publicly, to help another struggling 12 year old who is terrified - just to let them know it's okay and that it is very real. Your trials and tribulations are just as real as anybody else's," she told the LGBT blog. She credited these difficult experiences to a climate of exclusion from both straight people and the LGBT community.